Thanks to its modular structure, it can have 24 input channels 48V phantom line or mic, 24 analog and AES/EBU outputs and 64 I/O format MADI coaxial and optical channels, all in a 2U rack.
Merging Technologies’ Horus is manageable and can be shared within a TCP/IP network with a static or dynamic IP addressing. For audio transport, it uses RAVENNA
IP protocol (level 3 of the OSI model), which allows to instantly control remote inputs and outputs. This can be very useful for recording on film sets or OB van.
The possibility of a monitoring from the stage box, while recording with headphone, brings true comfort and is a real time saver.
The Standard version can run up to 192 kHz and Premium version up to 384 kHz.
Merging Technologies’ Horus is available for rent at DC Audiovisuel.